Feb 8, 2022, 2:49 AM
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Your gift should depend on your son's preferences. If he likes running, jumping, and walking, give him a tricycle or a scooter. If your child is reticent, you can find interesting children's books with different developmental tasks for him. A great gift would also be a Lego railroad, which you can assemble together. Many parents prefer to give a bunch of plastic toys, which are harmful to the baby's health. As an alternative, I usually choose toys made of wood. Wooden toys will enhance your child's learning and development skills. You can read more about the benefits of wooden toys at bopto.com.au.
(This post was edited by SvetWill on Feb 9, 2022, 9:26 AM)